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    Quote Originally Posted by fwong93 View Post
    How to protect Outdoor Furniture? Please give some advices...
    Normally outdoor furniture will be coated with vanishes that will protect the woody material itself... or you could consult any interior website for more ideas??

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    don't worry so much lar. if it's meant for outdoor it's meant to be weather proof

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    There are many ways to protect outdoor furniture.First you make outdoor furniture cover.You paint your furniture.You wash your furniture with detergent powder.You protect your furniture direct sun-rays.

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    aiyo so troublesome then don't have outdoor lor. just sit on the ground.

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    Spread a waterproofing wax or gel over the furniture using clean cloths. Use patio furniture covers over wood furniture during rainy weather.

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    Many People like to use outdoor furniture. There are many ways to protect outdoor furniture like Use warm water and a mild detergent mixture to clean, Use a dry cloth to clean up, Prefer commercial umbrella shades, Use waterproof furniture and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kynastonlaird View Post
    Many People like to use outdoor furniture. There are many ways to protect outdoor furniture like Use warm water and a mild detergent mixture to clean, Use a dry cloth to clean up, Prefer commercial umbrella shades, Use waterproof furniture and so on.
    Most of the patio furniture items are quickly washed by the normal cloth and detergent. You can wash your garden furniture either by vacuum cleaner or by manually if you are expecting to use your furnishings later that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fwong93 View Post
    How to protect Outdoor Furniture? Please give some advices...
    What wood is your outdoor furniture made off? If it's materials like Teak, you wouldn't have to worry much about maintenance.

    There are some tips in this home improvement video that you can also consider


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    We had teak furniture once, sealed it really good the week we bought it, and it turned gray after the next summer. Good luck keeping its original luster!

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    Selection of these items is done carefully, keeping comfort, design tastes and material types top of mind. For hard woods, consider annually sanding and applying a fresh coat of protective finish, such as oil, stain, or a polyurethane coating.

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